There are two parts to this place, one on each side of the street. I ate in the delicatessen part. I was disappointed that, even though I sat down to eat, I was given plastic cutlery and a cardboard box. Seems not v environmentally friendly.
However, the food was absolutely delicious. I'll go back next time I'm in Kendal and will go to the cafe on the other side of the street, where I suspect I'll get a real plate and cutlery!
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